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Parents underestimate children's worry levels
It is well established that parents frequently overestimate their children's intelligence and the amount of exercise they get.
Now a study reviewed on our Research Digest has uncovered evidence that parents have an unrealistically rosy impression of children's emotional lives too. It's a finding with important implications for clinicians and researchers, as they often rely on parental reports of young children's psychological well-being.
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